Acknowledgments. Introduction: The Study of Masculinity. 1. Theorizing Masculinity. 2. Social Masculinity and Triangulation. 3. Sexing Masculinity. 4. Theorizing the Male Body. 5. Masculinity in Disguise. 6. Non-Male Masculinities. 7. Masculinity and Racialized Subjectivities. 8. Masculinity and the Nation. 9. Interracial Masculinities. 10. Unstable Time: Masculinity in History. Index.
TODD W. REESER is Associate Professor of French at the University of Pittsburgh and also teaches gender studies. He has published on gender and sexuality in Renaissance literature, critical theory, and French film. He is the author of Moderating Masculinity in Early Modern Culture (2006) and co-editor of Entre hommes: French and Francophone Masculinities in Culture and Theory (2008).
"Moreover, the book's clear, jargon-free language and logical train of thought make Masculinities in Theory a proper springboard for discussions in academic studies of masculinity." (Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies (HJEAS), 2012)